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Kaisar Guest House

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372a College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1S6, Canada
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I rated this Guesthouse 4 stars, not in comparison to name brand "Four Star Hotels", but when comparing the price to what was received. I wasn't sure what to expect after reading some reviews but I was pleasantly surprised. The room was as large as a typical hotel/motel room. The high ceilings and two windows made it feel more spacious. The bed was comfortable. There were other guests at the time but I didn't hear any of them. The service from staff was excellent and it's in a prime location. I will definitely be staying here again
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Jenn Afonso
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A great find in central Toronto. The location couldn’t be better, close to Kensington market and surrounded by great restaurants. Super nice check in staff and our room was very spacious and sparkling clean. Oh and a fab selection of books too! 📕
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Cee Koops
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I usually stay in more formal and fancy hotels, but booked my flight to Toronto without first checking lodging prices. Because of pride weekend, hotel prices were through the roof. So I looked around for more affordable options and found Kaisar Guest House. I read some reviews, and wasn't sure at first, but decided to give it a go. Upon arrival there was a long line of people waiting for food from a food bank on the same block, and a homeless tent encampment across the street. This made me a little uneasy at first, but people have got to eat! No one in the line or in the encampment across the street said anything to me my whole visit. Everyone was just going about their day. Check in was easy. You take your shoes off upon entering and put them in a basket with your room number on it. And the girl working the front desk was very nice, although her English was limited. I arrived before 10am, so my room understandably was not ready. So I dropped off my bags and went about exploring Toronto. Upon return later in the day I was given the key to room 1 and my bags. Room 1 was fine. Seemed clean, which was my #1 concern. The room did not have a window, which was a bit weird, but it worked out great for my budget travel adventure. The shower and bathroom were small, but clean. Nothing fancy but did the job. The communcal kitchen was nice enough. Again, not fancy but had what it needed to have. I didn't use the laundry facilities, but they were there and looked completely fine. On the last day I checked out without any issues, but then found out my flight got cancelled. I asked if they had a room for the night, and was checked back into room 1 where I stayed previously. Overall my stay was enjoyable. This is clearly a no frills property, but it is clean, the staff is nice, and the location is great. Generally speaking I like to stay in places that are a bit more refined, but I really didn't have any issues while staying at Kaisar. The issues raised in some other people's reviews seem unfounded. Great bang for the buck!
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Nick Walker
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(Room 1) Pros: Close to downtown with a security gate, clean enough, good price. Cons: Thin walls and near to clubs/bars which pump music late. No windows, so the room got a bit stuffy. Hot water took quite a bit to warm up in the shower. Shoe bin in the entry hallway is quite a ways from some of the rooms, so you’ll be walking around in socks/complementary slippers. Across the street from a homeless camp. If you’re only planning on using this as a place to sleep, and you’re not a light sleeper its a good value option. Just keep your expectations low, its a bargain for a reason.
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Paul Pera
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Stayed here for a budget friendly option. Pros: It's a central area, lots of restaurants, bars and easy access to public transit. My room was clean and the locks and cameras getting into the Kaisar Guest House were reassuring. Cons: I felt a little uneasy walking down the street alone and I didn't want to experience it at night so I went back to my room before the sun went down. If you want to pay for your room by credit card there's a 5% processing fee. They don't have any parking options and the lots nearby are expensive. When you check-in they say quiet time is after 10pm or 11pm (I can't remember) but I definitely heard lots of noise throughout the night through the paper thin walls. I'm pretty sure I was woken up by someone coming or going every 2-3 hours, so if you're a light sleeper I'd look elsewhere. I booked the 1-person room with a private bathroom and they gave me room #10. It's the first door everyone passes to go to any of the other rooms and it's also across the kitchen so I heard everything. People walking to their upstairs rooms, people talking in the kitchen. I thought paying less would give me peace of mind but I won't be going this cheap again. I'd rather spend a bit more for better parking, noise, and comfort walking around.
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Ali Rideout
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I stayed for two nights and really enjoyed it. The single bedroom was bigger than I expected and the bed was really comfy. The shared washrooms and showers...
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Patricia G.
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This is not a fancy hotel, but it is good accommodation for the price. I don't write a lot of these reviews, but when I saw that it only had one review,...
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Norman P.
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This place is such a garbage guest house and really not worth staying at when visiting Toronto, very dirty with bed bugs. The owner is a jerk and they force...
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Blair M.
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You won't get any sleep because that room has too much noise around. I barely had any sleep until 2am. I had to complain at midnight and tell them that. Beside that, room had no TV or a working clock (needs a battery). Not a deal breaker, but if you want to sleep "DONT " let them give you room 10. Ever, It's close to entrance so too much noise. No issues with safety or cleanliness. Affordable price for sure.
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Traveling_forReason
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Clean room ok for basic purpose comfortable beds. Friendly and welcoming staff. Good wifi. Working TV in room Communal kitchen ok for making hot drinks, clean fridge but some of the kitchen wasnt the cleanest I've seen. Very quiet. Walking distance to street cars Kensington market or if you are reasonably fit you could walk to CN tower and main town.
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Pidge37
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Low quality accommodation. central location but small room, thin walls, everything very basic (poor), expensive for what you get, high cost for parking. Hard to find the entrance by the way. Shabby place
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gerjannep
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I stayed here for 2 nights, very comfortably. The Guest House is clean and quiet. A good place to rest. The rooms are quite small and bathrooms are shared and tiny, but functional. The establishment is within easy walking distance of the University of Toronto, restaurants and eateries. Public transport is a step away.
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Peponapis
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We arrived and were directed to the parking spot, which was in a tiny alley that would have been completely unreachable if I wasn't driving a Prius. Nearly scraped the side of my car on a metal post. At check-in, they told us that we would be charged a 5% fee for paying with a credit card, first red flag. Then we asked to see our room... it was a windowless room on the ground floor level, next to where they were keeping their trash. We told them nevermind and left.
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TCtecht
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